In his new book, WIRED editor-in-chief Chris Anderson writes that technology has “democratized the means of production.”
A well-crafted business plan can give you a solid roadmap and an advantage when it comes to seeking funding, but what makes a business plan stand out?
As a small business owner, odds are you’ll eventually reach a point where you need more IT development expertise than you have in house – but can’t afford a full-time staff person to do it.
Haiku Deck promises to do for presentations what Instagram did for photos: Make us all look like creative geniuses.
For the past two decades, I’ve been interviewing and observing successful C-level executives to discover the secrets of their success.
In a previous post, I documented the core beliefs of extraordinary bosses. Now it’s time …
Your best customers and biggest fans could be your biggest marketing advantage – if you know how to use them.
Save time and get more done–all with just a smartphone. Here are ten tools you’ll need.
The Next Big Thing could be just a thought away, but arriving at that insight requires you to see your business in a new light.
Strategy shifts are almost inevitable in business, but how you communicate that change and carry it out could be the difference between success and failure.
Your business is more than just products and profits; it’s also about the customers who make it all possible. Keeping them foremost in your mind will make the products and profits a lot easier to come by.
San Francisco startup Uber’s ‘black-car’ mobile app has been a big hit with riders and drivers. But the company is running into a snarl of traffic as it tries to extend its service to New York City taxi-cabs.
Word-of-mouth marketing used to be about one happy customer recommending a business or product to a friend. In the age of social media, a single happy customer can reach thousands of other potential customers, so how can you increase your chances of that happening?